Thiel Law Group, P.C.
The Thiel Law Group, P.C. is a full service law firm committed to helping those in need. Our experience has taught us that a situation will typically worsen the longer you wait to take action. If you are not sure where to start, give us a call and we’ll get started together.
We focus our practice exclusively on Bankruptcy and Criminal Defense. We are very down to earth individuals, and pride ourselves on giving people direct answers to their questions. We never say things simply because we think that is what you may want to hear. If you want straight answers to your questions, call us now. We realize this may be a very traumatic and confusing time for you, and we would very much like to help you.
If you are ready to take control of your situation before it gets out of control, please call us. Remember, the first consultation is free.
People v. ST
Our Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. The Police alleged that they saw our Client walking down the street. When our Client noticed the officers, he allegedly pulled something from his pocket and threw it on the ground. The Police conducted a "Street Stop," and detained our Client. They allegedly recovered narcotics on the ground in the area they claim our Client threw something. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.
People v. CT
Our Client was charged with Felony Possession of Cannabis. Our Client was facing up to 3 years in prison if convicted. It was alleged that our Client was pulled over by State Troopers for speeding. When the Trooper approached, he allegedly smelled a strong odor of burnt cannabis coming from the vehicle. Our Client was the driver of the vehicle, and his wife and infant child were passengers. Our Client allegedly admitted to driving on a suspended license. A search of the vehicle revealed cannabis in the trunk. Our Client then attempted to flee on foot and was eventually detained and subdued after the trooper had threatened to fire his taser. Although the case went beyond the Preliminary Hearing Stages, we were able to successfully avoid prison for our Client. We were able to convince the prosecution to offer our Client probation.
People v. JN
Our Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. Police were on surveillance in a know narcotics area. They saw our Client sitting alone on the passenger side of a vehicle. After a short while, the driver returned to the vehicle. The police decided to conduct a field interview and our Client allegedly immediately gave them narcotics while stating she was just holding it for the driver. A further search of the driver revealed additional narcotics. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.
People v. MS
Our Client was charged with Felony DUI. State Troopers alleged that our Client was speeding and swerving on the expressway. Our Client was pulled over, and allegedly admitted to drinking. A name check showed that our Client's driving privileges were revoked for a prior DUI. Troopers claimed that our Client failed Field Sobriety Tests. A subsequent breath test came back showing a BAC of .221 (almost triple the limit). All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.